All Seminars are held in the Gavin De Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Thursday 1-2pm (unless otherwise stated)
Thursday June 2nd
Ingrid Lekk (Wilson Lab) Development of left-right asymmetries in the vertebrate brain
Claire Anderson (Stern Lab) A search for new organizers
Thursday June 16th
Pedro Henriques (Bianco Lab NPP)
Nun McHedlishvili (Baum Lab) Microtubule cytoskeleton remodeling during mitotic entry
Monday 20 June, 1.30-4.30pm PhD TALKS
Venue: Room 249, 2nd Floor, Medical Sciences Building, Gower Street
Final Year Students
Host: Michael Duchen
1.30pm Kate Turner
2.00pm Lizzie Yates
2.30pm Alan Greig
First Year Students
Host: Yoshiyuki Yamamoto
3.15pm Alex Henderson
3.30pm Bethan Wolfenden
3.45pm Alessandro Bossio
Final Year Student
Host: Michael Duchen
4.00pm Chris Penny
Hyung Chul (Stern Lab) Different combinations of signal inputs for specific cellular events to establish embryonic axis
Johanna Buchler (Salinas Lab)
Related seminars at UCL
This web page publicises related UCL and external seminars of interest to CDB. If you have a seminar you would like included here, please contact Glenda Young. Please note that seminars below are organised by the departments listed. For further information and to confirm that the event is still running, please contact the individual department direct.
>> See also: UCL Science, Health and Medical seminars series
Monday 28th March at 1.00pm
Otto Wolff Lecture, Institute of Child Health
By: Dr Larry J. Young, Center for Translational Social Neuroscience, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta GA, USA
"Molecular Neurobiology of Social Bonding: Implications for Autism Spectrum Disorders"
Tea & coffee available on the balcony from 12.40pm
Venue: Kennedy Lecture Theatre, ICH
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 29 March at 5pm
UCL CoMPLEX Seminar
"Maximising Phylogenetic Diversity"
Nick Goldman, European Bioinformatics Institute
Veue:Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre
Followed by drinks in the Print Room Cafe
More info at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/complex
Friday, 1st April at 4pm
University of London, School of Pharmacy seminar
Extrasynaptic GABAA receptors in health and disease
Prof. Christopher Miller, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London
Everybody is welcome.
Forthcoming seminars at http://www.pharmacy.ac.uk/neuroseminar.html
Wednesday 6 April from 10am to 5pm
UCL Dementia Symposium
This symposium launches the new Dementia research interest group/consortium. This first event is restricted to UCL staff and students. There are a few places remaining. For programme information and registration please contact Frances Edwards email@example.com
Monday 11th April, from 9am to 4pm
SLMS Distance Learning Workshop
The Workshop is designed to share expertise and experience in the planning and execution of distance learning programmes with SLMS. Final scheduling of days events tba The objectives are:
1) To provide the tools to help prospective course organisers get started;
2) To facilitate dialogue between current course organiser to encourage sharing of best practice;
3) To develop guidance documents as a resource for all involved in delivery of distance learning programmes.
Location: Wilkins JBR
For catering purposes, please register via firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 1st April 2011.
Monday April 11 to Thursday April 14
Conference: Enabling Systems Biology
The conference will gather the current expertise in systems biology approaches used to tackle 4 domains of research: cell cycle, cellular signaling, metabolism and stem cells. The conference will be followed by a workshop where bioinformatics tools developed for predicting discrete protein function, reconstructing networks, and model molecular systems will be demonstrated. The conference is organized by the European Network of Excellence ENFIN, which develops infrastructure for data integration, bioinformatics tools and assessment to enhance Systems Biology in Europe.
Further information: http://www.enfin.org/esb
Location: University College London, Gower Street, London, United Kingdom
Tuesday 12 April
Non-coding RNAs and Cancer Symposium
Venue: Beveridge Hall, University of London, Senate House
Registration deadline: 15th March 2011
Full details here
Sunday April 17 - Wednesday April 20
British Neuroscience Association Biennial Scientific Meeting
Further info and registration details at http://www.bna.org.uk
Monday 18 April at 2pm
UCL Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Special Lecture
Invited Speaker: Hans Clevers, Prof. in Molecular Genetics and Director of the Hubretch Institute, Utretch, The Netherlands
Title: "Wnt signaling, Lgr5 stem cells and cancer”
Venue: Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Gower Street
Thursday 5 May from 9am to 6pm
UCL Division of Infection and Immunity is hosting:
The Injured Sentinel: the Pathophysiology of the Antigen Presenting Cell
A Symposium in honour of Prof. David Katz.
Registration required (here) but event is free for UCL members.
Friday 6 May
Young Embryologist Network Meeting 2011
Friday 13 May
UCL CONFERENCE: The Future of Healthcare in Europe
Bringing together expertise from academia, government, public policy institutes, think-tanks and the third sector from across Europe, this conference will seek to define the major health challenges that Europe faces and explore the ways in which different European countries are responding to these to find potential solutions. Registration will open in March 2011
Convened by Professor Sir John Tooke, UCL Vice-Provost (Health), the UCL European Institute and UCL Grand Challenges, in cooperation with the Finnish Institute in London.
Thursday 19 May
UCL/NIMR Seminar Day (by students for students)
National Institute for Medical Research
Talks by students, posters, guest lectures
More information and online registration
Tuesday 24 May
Transcription and Disease
Venue: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL
Note - this is a commercial seminar and a delegate fee of £95 is payable
Details and registration
Wednesday May 25 - Thursday May 26
UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health
SYMPOSIUM: Population Footprints
A UCL and Leverhulme Trust symposium on human population growth and global carrying capacity. A major international symposium which will provoke debate on the theme of human population growth and global carrying capacity, which is often regarded as simply too controversial and difficult to be tackled through rational analysis. There will be approximately 30 speakers over two days and an audience of more than 400.
Wednesday 8 - Friday 10 June
Signalling 2011: A Biochemical Society Centenerary Celebration
Venue: University of Edinburgh
For a full programme, visit http://www.biochemistry.org
Friday 10th June at 11am
The Annual Service of Thanksgiving in Memory of those who have donated their Bodies for Medical Education and Research
Venue: Central Hall Westminster
All are warmly invited to attend. Further details will be sent out nearer the time but if you have any questions, please contact the UCL Medical School Chaplain, the Reverend Philippa (Pippa) Turner at email@example.com
Friday July 1
UCL 2011 Neuroscience Symposium
Venue: UCL Institute of Education
Registration for the event will open at 12 noon on Wednesday 16 March.
The day will commence at 09:15 and close with a wine reception at 17:30.
Confirmed speakers include: Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, Peter Dayan, Annette Dolphin, Michael Hausser, Sonja Hofer, John O'Keefe, Antonella Riccio and Nick Wood.
There will be a poster session again this year, and the organisers will be asking for poster titles and abstracts at the time of registration. If you would like to be considered for poster presentation, please be ready to submit your title and abstract (200 words max) when registering from 16 March onwards (you will have some time after registration to amend your title and abstract ).
For further information please contact Graham Cadwallader, firstname.lastname@example.org or Alison Brindle, email@example.com.
Thursday 15 September
One-day Symposium on "Contemporary Statistical Methods for Medical Research"
The UCL Partners Biostatistics Network is organising their first one-day Symposium on "Contemporary Statistical Methods for Medical Research", to be held at UCL (www.ucl.ac.uk/statistics/biostatistics/symposium).
The Network was established to improve communication and research collaboration between medical statisticians working in UCLP and to raise the profile of Biostatistics in Medical Research. Regular research seminars have been organised by the Network since 2009 (www.ucl.ac.uk/statistics/biostatistics/seminars) and this symposium is intended to be the first of an annual series.
The symposium will consist of talks and discussions by eminent medical statisticians from the UK on:
- "Statistical Methods for handling Missing Data";
- "Recent Developments in Clinical Trials Methodology";
- "Statistical Issues in Health Economic Evaluation".
A poster session is also planned at the symposium for participation by UCL PhD students and post-doctoral fellows/research assistants working in Medical Statistics. Attendance will be free for members of UCL.
Additional information can be obtained by contacting Dr Gianluca Baio (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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